Brian Zumhagen has been a weekend anchor at WNYC since 2003. His career in journalism started in 1993, with an internship in the press office of the German Green Party’s parliamentary delegation. Brian went on to spend the rest of the ‘90s working as a reporter, producer, and fill-in anchor at NPR member station KQED in San Francisco. He’s returned to Germany several times over the years for reporting projects. Most recently, he won a grant from the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship to produce radio features for the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Before coming to WNYC, Brian was a frequent contributor to PRI’s The World. He reported for the program on 9/11 and served as the show’s United Nations correspondent during the run-up to the Iraq war. Brian lives in Queens with his wife and children.
How Artists Revive Old Warhorses
Saturday, May 16, 2009
New York, NY –
What happens when a work of art that was once seen as avant-garde becomes a classic? And then a director or dance troupe wants to revive it. What kind of approach should they take? Cultural critic Claudia La Rocco has some Spring picks that bring up such questions about revisiting old performances.